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the attack including at least two children. nbc's chris pollone is in boston for us this morning with the latest. chris, good day to you. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, richard. we're obviously watching several developments today, monday, in this rapidly evolving investigation. now, as you mentioned, there are still dozens of people recovering in boston hospitals from their injuries they sustained a week ago in this bombing. the latest information we have is that 52 people are being treated. at least 3 of them are in critical condition. other developments going on today, there will be a moment of silence at 2:50 this afternoon, the exact time that the bombs went off. that moment of silence will be followed by the ringing of church bells away for folks here in boston to remember and memorialize the victims who died and were injured in this attack. another thing that we will be watching for is the possible filing of charges against the 19-year-old suspect. as you mentioned, he has been communicating with his interrogators through writing, though it's not clear at this point exact
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their respects and to leave mementos at that makeshift memorial. that's the story in boston. i'm chris pollone, back to you, betty. >>> five were shot in a washington state apartment complex. it happened in federal way around 9:30 local time last night. one suspect was shot and killed by a responding officer, so far, the motive is still unknown. >>> residents in the midwest today are fighting deadly spring flooding, which is being blamed for three deaths. two people were killed when trucks were swept off indiana roads by flash flooding and one died in missouri where towns along the mississippi like clarksville are trying desperately to hold back the rising water. >> it came very fast. faster than '08, and we don't have the help we had in '08 so everyone is pulling together and doing the best they can. >> we're not out of the woods. well, if we have rain up north or that quick snow melt, we're going to see higher levels yet. >> well, the river is expected to crest today in clarksville at 11 feet over flood stage, and the town is hoping the sandbags will be high enough. let's check in with bill
as far as we know. >> nbc's chris pollone from boston. thanks. >>> will, the fact that the alleged bombers were born overseas is shaping the discussion over immigration. republican senator chuck grassley says congress needs to take a step back in the debate. to ensure the nation's security comes first. comments were he echoed by dan co coates on sunday. >> how can we beef up security checks on people who wish to enter the united states? how do we ensure that people who wish to do us harm are not eligible for benefits under the immigration laws including this new bill before us? >> usually end up with bad policy if you do it in an international way or reaction. we saw some things post-9/11 that were enacted if we had more time to think this through, perhaps we wouldn't have had some of the pushback on it. >> senator chuck schumer a member of the gang of eight says immigration overhaul would actually strengthen national security and challenged critics to prove otherwise. >> certainly keeping the status quo was not a very good argument given what happened. there are some, some on the
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